In the other episodes, the walls and cabinets are blue and the cabinets are filled with kitchen stuff.
Another thing I should point out is Jerry has NO bedroom!
[Editor's Note: Yes, as I mention in the description of the final episode.] In this episode, the coffee shop Jerry and George go to is not Monk's. In the TV Guide entry for this episode, his character is credited as Hoffman.
I assume that this is the way it appeared in the script somewhere along the way.
Jerry is disappointed when everything is going his way until he finds out she is engaged.
b: 05-Jul-89 pc: 101 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Art Wolff NOTE: In this episode, Jerry refers to Kramer as Kessler, because we later learn in "The Betrayal" this was the name on the buzzer for Kramer's apartment.
Jerry mentions how many episodes they've done so far, with Julia sitting next to him on the set's couch.
b: 14-Jun-90 pc: 102 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Tom Cherones NOTE: If you exclude the pilot and the 100th episode special, this is the only episode that doesn't have the word "the" as the first word of its title. George says they are "relationship killers." Kramer has an idea for a rollout tie dispenser and warns Jerry about the market. Jerry's trip is a disaster, but the stock turns okay for George.
Viewer Mike Greenhaus reminds me that this is the first episode that George uses the name Art Vandelay.
The name of Vandelay would be used again in "The Boyfriend" and many other episodes.
(Brandon) Discussion (74) gs: Lynn Clark (Vanessa) Phil Bruns (Morty Seinfeld) Liz Sheridan (Helen Seinfeld) Maud Winchester (Pamela) William Fair (Roger) Ron Steelman (Artie Levine) Joe George (Uncle Mac) Ellen Gerstein (Carol) Janet Rotblatt (Woman) Elaine brings Jerry to a birthday party where he meets a woman who fascinates him.
Jerry doesn't know her name and wants to meet her again, so on some advice from his father, he and George stakeout the lobby of the building she works in.